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Host an Event

We are so excited you want to host a Convoy:Women event to empower women and girls! Gather people in your circle of influence to join us in breaking the cycle of poverty and restoring strength and dignity to our sisters in need.

Host an Event

Why Host an Event?

By hosting a Convoy:Women event, you are expanding the circle of ladies who are passionate about empowering women and girls through Convoy of Hope.

  • • Raise awareness and support for Convoy of Hope’s Women’s Empowerment program through advocacy and giving.
  • • Provide an opportunity for like-minded women to come together and make a difference.
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Get Started

Getting started is easy.

Register by completing the form at least one month before your event.

You’ll be contacted by phone so we can provide you with the resources you need.

Our Convoy:Women event helped us direct our focus, create an atmosphere that pointed people to the cause, and helped share the story of women from around the world. The C:W team was a gift! They were very receptive to us and helped enhance what we were already doing.

Natalie Faust
Vineyard Church of the Rockies

Ideas and Resources.

Host an event inspired by one of the women in our program or choose your own theme!

Take Action

Register to host an event.


Explore Convoy:Women resources.

Digital/Print Resources

Statistics on Women and Girls
Women’s Empowerment Digital Booklet
Change Her Story Flyer
Women’s Empowerment Brochure
Convoy:Women Story Cards
Women’s Empowerment Engagement

Women’s Empowerment Videos


Married at 16, Esther’s options for her future were very limited. But with a little help, she has changed everything.

Girls’ Empowerment Overview

Learn about Convoy’s work to bring dignity, knowledge, and self-worth to girls around the world.


As the owner of a thriving salon, Erika looks back at the difficult path that led her to a new life.


Single mother, Sitota, decided to keep the child she was carrying and learned to support herself.


After her husband passed away, Teru joined Convoy of Hope’s Women’s Empowerment program.


Every day, she’s up before the sunrise to open her business. Now Matilda and her son are thriving.


Some days, Violeta begged her children to forgive her for not feeding them. But her life turned around after finding Convoy of Hope.


From a childhood of abuse to a successful business owner, Janet has transformed her life.


Linette’s disability isn’t keeping her from pursuing a better life for herself and her family.

Spanish Resources

Resumen de Empoderamiento de la Mujer

Teru’s Story – Spanish

Erika’s Story – Spanish

Esther’s Story – Spanish

Linette’s Story – Spanish